“Well, you ought to see her. She’s ——”
Just before Daisy can describe what should be Tom’s pride and joy, his child. Tom interjects his wife about what should be his main priority only to ask Nick who he works for. Which hence, places himself in dominance since Nick works for a company without much notoriety.
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